Local Delegation Skis In Austria

Team Lake Placid, SSHS Ninth Grader in International Children’s Games SARATOGA SPRINGS – It’s alway...

Hot Potato at the Freezing Point:

Homeless Seek Shelter at Saratoga Hospital ER SARATOGA SPRINGS – What you have here is a textbook c...

Eighth Grade Wrestling Phenom!

SARATOGA SPRINGS – It wasn’t shaping up to be Saratoga High wrestling’s night.    Going into their...

Death Wish Coffee Wins Commercial in Super Bowl!

ROUND LAKE– Death Wish Coffee, the local coffee roasting company with the proclaimed, “strongest cof...

SARATOGA SPRINGS – According to the American Heart Association, heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, more than all cancers combined. Tammy D’ercole, a stroke survivor, knows all too well the reality women face when it comes to their cardiovascular health. February 1 marks ten years since her open heart surgery and stroke, and now, D’ercole is dedicated to sharing her story and being the voice of advocacy for women everywhere. On January 30…
Committee Report Details Roadmap for City to Become Solar Leader SARATOGA SPRINGS – Solar power is becoming more viable each day, and a Solar Committee, formed last summer by Saratoga Springs Commissioner of Finance Michele Madigan, delivered a comprehensive report to the Saratoga Springs City Council at their Tuesday, February 2 meeting. The report surveyed the “state of the local solar landscape” and made several recommendations how the City can take action itself and encourage others to increase its usage.…
Homeless Seek Shelter at Saratoga Hospital ER SARATOGA SPRINGS – What you have here is a textbook case about an unfunded government mandate in action. Well intentioned, perhaps, but in this case it has to date led local organizations, also well intentioned, but in some cases underfunded, in others under-equipped, to scramble for an effective solution to fulfill the mandate. Meanwhile, the weakest segment of our society – our homeless – has their safety and very lives in limbo. On…
ROUND LAKE– Death Wish Coffee, the local coffee roasting company with the proclaimed, “strongest coffee in the world,” beat 15,000 other businesses in the QuickBooks’ Small Business Big Game Competition for a free commercial during the Super Bowl next Sunday, February 7. With 14 employees based out of Round Lake, this is a huge step for a company of this size. “We are going to be reaching a national audience quicker than we ever thought imaginable,” said Eric Donovan, Production…
SEDC and the Partnership See Great Promise in County’s Future This is the second in a three-part series on economic development in Saratoga County. The first in the series, "Taxpayers Triple Down on Saratoga," can be read here. SARATOGA COUNTY – While the rest of the nation is still pulling slowly out of the Great Recession, Saratoga County has been holding its own and growing. According to Todd Shimkus, president of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, the prognosis and…
City Center to Host Holstein Convention SARATOGA SPRINGS – Please forgive me, but I want to milk this for all it’s worth. The Saratoga Springs City Center will join such luminary cities such as Calgary, Alberta and Fort Worth, Texas as it transforms Saratoga Springs into a version of “Cowtown,” when it will be the site of the annual National Holstein Convention from June 27 to July 1. The Co-chairs of the event are Jeff and Becky King from King…
SARATOGA SPRINGS - More than 60 people packed into the back room of the Parting Glass Pub on Tuesday night, January 11, as a heated debate ensued over the future of ridesharing services like Uber in upstate New York, and what they will mean for Saratoga’s safety and economy. The event, hosted by The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, was well attended by members of their Young Professionals Network, business owners, Uber advocates, and local cab drivers, in anticipation of…
Economic Development A Good Bet? This is the first in a three-part series that explores taxpayers’ investment in economic development in Saratoga County. SARATOGA COUNTY – When political strategist James Carville coined the phrase, “the economy, stupid” back in the early 90’s in answer to a question exploring top voter concerns, he could not have known it would become a standard part of the American vernacular. Debates may rage throughout this Presidential election year on foreign policy, health care, immigration,…
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Police Blotter

  • COURTS: Christopher Rockwell, 30, of Fort Edward, was sentenced on January 15 to 3 years probation after pleading to the…
  • COURTS: Robert J. Gardner, 63, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced on January 11 to 5 years probation after pleading to…
  • COURTS: Brian M. Maniscalco, 38, of Pottersville, was arraigned on January 3 on the felony charges of assault in the…
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